New one-stop shop open for business in Gunnedah
The Gunnedah Service NSW Centre has opened its doors to customers, marking it the third centre to be rolled out as part of the NSW Government’s $20 million expansion of the Service NSW one-stop shop network in regional and rural areas.
Member for Tamworth, Kevin Anderson, visited the centre today to welcome the new team with Service NSW Executive Director of Service Delivery, Jody Grima.
“The new Service Centre is a huge win for the Gunnedah community bringing a wealth of services and transactions to our doorstep,” Mr Anderson said.
“I wanted to ensure our community received the very best services from the NSW Government which is why I pushed to see the rollout of Service NSW Gunnedah fast-tracked so it is delivered this year.
“Customers in the region can now access more than 1,000 services and transactions from agencies including Roads and Maritime Services, Births Deaths and Marriages, Fair Trading and many more in the one location.”
Ms Grima said the Gunnedah team are ready and equipped to help customers with doors officially opening to customers today.
“Service NSW has dramatically changed the way people interact with government, offering a quick, efficient and innovative customer first approach,” Ms Grima said.
“The team at Gunnedah are friendly and professional and ready to help customers with a range of transactions from driver testing and agricultural vehicle access permits through to Seniors cards and applying for a birth certificate.
“The Service NSW one-stop shop model has already been providing a positive customer service experience, joining the popular centre at Tamworth.”
The new Gunnedah Service Centre is staffed by a team of four dedicated customer service professionals, with Michael Poles managing the new site.
Gunnedah Service NSW Centre is located at 387 Conadilly Street and will be open from 9am to 4pm weekdays. For more information visit, www.service.nsw.gov.au.